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The Mod Couple :: Mario Cantone and Jerry Dixon at Feinstein's

By Jim Gladstone | Sunday May 28, 2017
June's abloom with gaiety at Feinstein's at the Nikko. At the top of the marquee, kicking it all off on June 2 and 3 are the Stiller and Meara of modern marriage, Mario Cantone and Jerry Dixon.

Sun, surf, and rainbows in San Diego

By Heather Cassell | Sunday May 28, 2017
It goes without saying - you can get that lovin' feeling in San Diego. It's fun, sun, and playing in the sand in America's Finest City.

Trump budget worries HIV, hepatitis advocates

By Liz Highleyman | Sunday May 28, 2017
President Donald Trump's 2018 budget proposal released this week includes major cuts to medical research and health services for low-income people that would have a devastating impact on people living with HIV, advocates said.

The Maturation of Kink

By Race Bannon | Sunday May 28, 2017
Oh, how times have changed. Leather, BDSM, kink and fetish have absolutely gone mainstream in ways that we never would have imagined not that long ago.

May Gallery Walk

By Sura Wood | Sunday May 28, 2017
May is the gateway to summer, and the following shows at galleries in San Francisco and Oakland are a harbinger of the footloose season to come.

SF celebrates Manning's freedom

By Heather Cassell | Saturday May 27, 2017
Chelsea Manning's release from a military prison last week was celebrated in San Francisco at the annual International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia rally in the Castro.

New center offers queer-centric counseling for couples

By Heather Cassell | Saturday May 27, 2017
Relationships are not all neatly wrapped up Hollywood endings. They are complicated, and queer relationships sometimes have a little extra drama even when LGBT couples strive to be just like everyone else.

Mexploitation at the Roxie

By Erin Blackwell | Saturday May 27, 2017
At 82 minutes, "Desierto" only achieves near-feature length by padding a thin concept with endless shots of actors scrambling for their lives around, through, and over rocks, dead trees, cactus, pebbles, scrub, and rattlesnakes.

Naturally Absurd

By Richard Dodds | Saturday May 27, 2017
When it comes to genres - well, it's best to forget genres when talking about the plays of Jen Silverman.

Gay SF senior faces rent hike

By Seth Hemmelgarn | Thursday May 25, 2017
A gay San Francisco senior is worried he'll become homeless after his rent increased dramatically when his landlord terminated a federal housing program contract.

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